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Euclid sometimes called Euclid of Alexandria to distinguish him from Euclid of
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Euclid was a renowned Greek mathematician, known as the 'Father of Geometry'.
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He wrote one of the most famous books that is still used today to teach
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Regarded as the founder of geometry, Euclid is by far the most influential ... Not
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Biography of Euclid (about 325 BC-about 265 BC) ... Euclid did not work out the
syntheses of the locus with respect to three and four ... The book was a
compilation of knowledge that became the centre of mathematical teaching for
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there could be no geometry besides that delineated by Euclid, he did not realize
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Feb 14, 1997 ... Next: About this document. EUCLID. Euclid is known to almost every high school
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Euclid was a Greek mathematician three centuries before Christ, who taught at
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... and stayed there until he was invited by Ptolemy I to teach at his newly founded
university in Alexandria. ... Little is known of Euclid's life except that he taught at
Alexandria in Egypt. ... However, this did not stop him from engaging in sarcasm.